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Rugby star Stuart Hogg urges fellow Borderers to step out for charity

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Silverbuthall Road, Hawick.

Hawick burglar jailed for breaking into neighbour’s home

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Hawick rugby hero Stuart Hogg at an open training session in Galashiels last Friday ahead of Scotland's Calcutta Cup game against England on Saturday.

Extra trains to Borders to be run for rugby’s Calcutta Cup

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Woman made threats in row over dog

Crime

Berwickshire gamekeeper receives 10 year ban

Crime

Accused of theft from Kelso hotel

Crime

Man (20) admits assault in Jedburgh takeaway

Crime

Condition of Kelso road causing concern for councillors

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The cloister walls at Kelso Abbey have been vandalised.

Vandal attack on Kelso Abbey cloisters

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Earlston's new mobile post office service came into operation last week after almost a year of campaigning by locals.

Campaign brings Post Office services back to Earlston

Business

Extra trains to Borders to be run for rugby’s Calcutta Cup

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Additional carriages will be added to train services on Saturday for the rugby.  Picture: Michael Gillen.

Additional train carriages for Scotland v England rugby

Transport
The A72 near Cardrona.

Work about to start on new forest road entrance on A72 near Cardrona

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An artist's impression of the proposed hotel, supermarket, drive-through coffee shop and petrol station at Tweedbank Gateway.

Plans for Tweedbank hotel and retail development could create 100 jobs

Politics
Flowers left alongside the A698 in 2016 as a tribute to Leon Ali.

Roadworks start next week on A698 near Jedburgh

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Hawick burglar jailed for breaking into neighbour’s home

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Woman made threats in row over dog

Crime
The eagle owl kept in cramped conditions at the home of Alan Wilson who has been banned for 10 years for keeping birds of prey.

Berwickshire gamekeeper receives 10 year ban

Crime
The men are accused of stealing from Ednam House Hotel in Kelso. Pic: JP

Accused of theft from Kelso hotel

Crime

Lauder teenager set to champion digital rights

Education
Parents and carers are invited to register their child for a place at nursery during enrolment week

Parents and carers in Scottish Borders urged to enrol children for nursery

Education
Hawick councillor Clair Ramage outside Hawick High School.

Parents threatening to boycott Hawick High School

Education
From left, teacher Ruth Leckie, Lucy Weir, Doddie Weir, Aimee Weir and teacher Debbie Matthewson.

Stow pupils’ toast stall makes lots of bread for Doddie Weir’s charity

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Provost Watson McAteer cuts the ribbon of the new Hawick cafe along with Donovan Parr and Louise Hodgson of Caterleisure.

It’s time for tea in Hawick as new cafe and bridge are opened

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Extra trains to Borders to be run for rugby’s Calcutta Cup

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Earlston's new mobile post office service came into operation last week after almost a year of campaigning by locals.

Campaign brings Post Office services back to Earlston

Business
The Waggon Inn, Kelso, up for a Best Bar None 2018 award. Pic: Google Maps 2016

Two Kelso venues up for Best Bar None national awards

Business
Additional carriages will be added to train services on Saturday for the rugby.  Picture: Michael Gillen.

Additional train carriages for Scotland v England rugby

Transport

Condition of Kelso road causing concern for councillors

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Hawick Councillor George Turnbull at St Leonards race track where money is to be spent refurbishing the facilities there.

United front is called for on Hawick moor revamp

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Hawick and Hermitage councillor Davie Paterson in Newcastleton's North Hermitage Street.

Timber bosses pledge to review lorry routes

Politics
Councillor Elaine Thornton-Nicol.

WASPI women in new push for SPA equality fairness

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An artist's impression of the proposed hotel, supermarket, drive-through coffee shop and petrol station at Tweedbank Gateway.

Plans for Tweedbank hotel and retail development could create 100 jobs

Politics

Timber bosses pledge to review lorry routes

Politics

New wardens will tackle Borders ‘wild campers’

Environment
Borders Councillor Bill White at Galashiels Golf Club at Ladhope where tree planting will be carried out.

Community trail plans take a step in the direction

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Hillwalkers are being urged to take care and be prepared for all kinds of weather.

Hillwalkers urged to be aware of dangers posed by bad weather

Environment

Charity run set to bring a burst of colour to Galashiels

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From left, teacher Ruth Leckie, Lucy Weir, Doddie Weir, Aimee Weir and teacher Debbie Matthewson.

Stow pupils’ toast stall makes lots of bread for Doddie Weir’s charity

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Doddie Weir with Tartan Giraffe Ball organisers Stewart Bennet, David Baird and Douglas Stephen.

Doddie Weir and pals praised by MPs for having a ball

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The Borders General Hospital at Melrose.

NHS Borders cancelled one in six ops in December, figures reveal

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Lennel House in Coldstream.

Borders care assistant struck off for shouting and swearing at home’s elderly residents

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